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1917 = Sadler Comission 1929 = Hartog Commission 1944 = Sergeant Plan
[h1]Committees On Famine [/h1]: • • • • 1866 = Campbell Commission 1880 = Stratchy Commission 1896 = Lyall Commission 1900 = Mac Donnel Commission
[h1]Committees on Public Service[/h1] • • • 1886 = Mansfield Commission 1912 = Islington Commission 1923 =Lee FarenhamCommission
[h1]Committees on Currency [/h1] • • • • • 1886 = Mansfield Commission 1893 = Herschel Commission 1898 = Fowler Commission 1919 = Babington Smith Commission 1939 = Hilton Young Commission
[h1]Committees on Army[/h1] • • • • 1920 = Escher Commission 1925 = Skeen Commission 1932 = Garran Commission 1939 = Chatfield Commission
[h1]Committees on Railways [/h1] • 1892 = Acworth commission
[h1]Other Committees[/h1] • • • • • 1878 = Amini Commission on land revenue & famine 1919 = Hunter commission on punjab disturbances 1918 = Rowlett Commission on sedition 1902 = Fraser Commission on agriculture 1935 = Sapru Commission on unemployment
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1929 = Whitley Commission on Lahore 1927 = Butler Commission on indian states 1940 = Flood Commission interrogated Dadabhai Nauroji on the drain of wealth charges.
what is the chronological order of the various plans and formulas which unfolded after 1938 leading to the partition of india
I am sorry to post my query on a continuing thread though my question is not related to this thread. I just couldn't figure out how to post a new query in the forum. If someone can direct me, I will take care in future. My question is, what is the chronological order of the various plans and formulas which unfolded after 1938 leading to the partition of india. Also what were the proposals in the plans? Though I know most of the plans, but all are not available my book and I don't have much time now to scan through all books. I am able to give a correct answer most of the times to questions related to these events but it has been a little bit of intelligent guess work till now rather than a by a thorough knowledge. I am listing down the proposals. Please can someone who is thorough about the information related to these guide me. 1. Cripps Mission - rejected by congress as it has a clause that the rulers of princely states will nominate the members to the constituent assembly. 2. Wavell Plan - Jinnah opposed it because he was ready to accept congress nominating a muslim member (Hyatt Khan) to the constituion making body. 3. Rajagopalchari formula - North west and east state can decide whether to stay with india or go for a partition. Muslim league opposed the idea of non muslim people participating in the plebiscite . 4. Atlee proposal - ??? 5. Cabinet Mission 6. Desai - Liaquat pact -??? 7. Direct Action day - 16 Aug 1946 when calcutta riot broke down 8. 3rd June mountbatten plan 9. Any plan after this - ???
1300 BC -.1518 -.1346 --Hoysala Empire (in the south). . 29 Mar 1858--The last Mughal ruler is deposed. 10 feb 1690--Calcutta founded by England.23 Jan 1565-. 1700 Bc .Bombay ceded to England by Portugal.Indus Valley Civilization. 20 Oct 1774--Union of all East India Company settlements.Vijayanagara Empire (in the south). 1200 BC . 27 May 1526-.Maha Janapadas 684 BC . 18 Feb 1665-.240 .550 AD --Gupta Empire 848 .1700 BC -.Empire of Hind under the Mughal rulers restored.316 BC -.321 BC --Madadha Empire 321 Bc . 1336 . 1347 .Babur founds the Empire of Hind 17 May 1540--The Mughal rulers are expelled and superseded by the Afghan Suri dynasty. 23 Jul 1555-. 700 BC .19 Apr 1526--Delhi Sultanate (in the north).British take over administration of Bengal(under British East India Company rule).321 BC -.chronology of Indian History in brief Chronology 3300 BC .Late Harappan Culture. 1210 .Bahmani Sultanate (in the south).85 BC --Mauryan Empire . 12 Aug 1765-.Kuru dynasty.1279 --Chola Empire (in the south). 1000 .Vedic Civilization.500 Bc -. 1500 BC .
26 Jan 1957--The incorporation of J ang K isdeclared to be complete. which will later become a national center for space research." 1 nov 1954-. 26 Jan 1950--Republic of India. 16 Mar 1962--Goa annexed by India.18 Aug 1945--Provisional Government of free india proclaimed (Arzi Hukumate-eAzad Hind) at Singapore (administering the Andaman and Nicobar only Dec 1943-Aug 1945). 17 Sep 1948--Hyderabad annexed by India. 21 Oct 1943 .Japanese occupy Andaman and Nicobar Islands. together with acceded states. . 21 Nov 1962--China occupies Aksai Chin region of Kashmir. 15 Aug 1947--British India.2 Aug 1858b--british Act of Parliament annexes the Empire. style "Emperor of India" is abandoned (retroactive proclamation that is dated 22 Jun 1948). 25 Aug 1946--India granted limited self rule. 27 Oct 1947--jammu and Kashmir accede to India. 28 Apr 1876--By proclamation. the Queen of Britain takes the style "Empress of India" (proclaimed in India on 1 Jan 1877). styled "India.Aug 1945-. 26 Apr 1975--Annexation of sikkim Chronology of India's Missile Milestone comparing with other countries 1947: Dr. Vikram Sarabhai establishes the Physical Research Laboratory (PRL).French India incorporated into India. Mar 1942 . creating British India (effective 1 Nov 1858). that is barath. supported primarily by India's Department of Space. is partitioned into Dominion of India and Dominion of pakisthan.
French. 1962: The Indian Committee for Space Research (INCOSPAR) is established under the auspices of the Department of Atomic Energy. It is later followed by 350 U. is moved to Hyderabad to work on missile design and development. 1965: India establishes the Space and Technology Center .1962: The Defence Research and Development Laboratory (DRDL).S.-produced. For its part. under license.S. Soviet and British rockets launched between 1963 and 1975. established one year earlier as an extension of the Special Weapon Development Team (SWDT). The launch is part of an international effort under the United Nations. DAE will manufacture in India. the Belier and Centaure types of sounding rockets. solid-propellant NikeApache rocket is launched from Thumba Equatorial Rocket Launching Station. November 1963: A U. 1963: INCOSPAR establishes the Thumba Equatorial Rocket Launching Station (TERLS). 1964: The Centre National d' Etudes Spatiales (CNES) and India's Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) conclude a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for CNES to supply four Centaure rockets with payloads for vapor cloud experiments.
1970: India and the Soviet Union sign a MoU on Collaboration in the Organization of Rocket Sounding of the Atmosphere by Soviet Meteorological Rockets at Thumba Equatorial Rocket Launching Station. . Rohini-75. 1977: India and France sign a Cooperation Agreement in the Field of Space Affairs. 1975: India launches its first satellite. fabrication engineering facilities. structural and environmental test facilities. control. and computer facilities. liquid and solid propulsion facilities. guidance.(SSTC) in Thumba. 1967: India launches its first sounding rocket. FRP. 1969: The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is formed under the Department of Atomic Energy. including aerodynamic. Aryabhata.June 1972: The Space Commission and Department of Space is established and ISRO is brought under the Department of Space. 1967: The Satellite Telecommunication Earth Center is established in Ahmedabad. 1972-1982: DRDL establishes missile-related infrastructure.
and Austria. September-October 1984: A senior Indian delegation led . April 1984: India and the Soviet Union conduct a joint manned space mission. becomes India's guided missile headquarters. 1983: India's Integrated Guided Missile Development Program (IGMDP) begins. 1979: Bharat Dynamics Ltd. West Germany. March 1979: A Centaure-2 type rocket is launched from Thumba. as part of an agreement and program begun in 1974.1978: India and the United States conclude a MoU and an Exchange of Notes Constituting an Agreement Relating to Launching and Associated Services for Indian Satellites. 1980: India conducts the second experimental launch of its SLV-3 after its failed initial launch in 1979. The rocket carries Bulgarian and Indian equipment for exploration and measurement of in space of proton and electron fluxes. 1982: The Vikram Sarabhai Space Center (VSSC) successfully launches a Centaure rocket under the joint cooperation of India. and succeeds in placing the Rohini satellite into orbit. with more than 60 public and private organizations involved.
IRS-1A.by the Deputy Minister for Electronics. officials from the Departments of Defense.S. Dr. March 1988: India launches its first operational remote sensing satellite.'" February 1988: India conducts the first test flight of its surface-to-surface Prithvi ballistic missile. 1986: India's Scientific Advisor to the Defense Minister Dr. and Commerce issue a communiquÃ© that India is permitted to purchase from the United States "the Cyber 205. a Cray of approximately the same vintage. a single-processor Cray X-MP or some 'other machine of equivalent capability. an interagency group of U. liquidfueled rocket engine that generates a thrust of 30 tons and is capable of lifting a payload to a height of 600 km into space. visits the Soviet Union to purchase high-powered computers for India's defense and nuclear industry. 1987: After debate since 1985. V. Sanjeevi Rao. April 1988: ISRO signs a cooperation agreement with the European Space Agency. . Arunachalam announces that scientists at DRDL have successfully developed and tested a high-thrust. under a program headed by the DRDL.S. The Soviet Union agrees to supply its latest-generation "Elbrus" computer system to India after 1986. State.
1994: The periodical Flight International reports that India's Aeronautical Development Establishment (ADE) has . 1992: India acquires the ability to manufacture liquid hydrogen.5 metric tons of thrust. ignited under simulated highaltitude conditions.S." 1991: ISRO and Russia's Glavkosmos reach an agreement for the supply of engines and cryogenic technologies to India. pressure and sanctions imposed on ISRO in 1992. However. following two failed attempts in 1987 and 1988. each of which produces 7. May 1992: India conducts a successful test of the thirdstage motor for its PSLV. the technologies proved in Agni are deeply significant for evolving national security options. the agreement will be limited to the sale of seven KhimMach KVD-1 engines. Under U. May 1992: India stages its first successful launch of the four-stage ASLV. carrying its SROSS-C satellite into orbit. not a weapons system. Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi states "The Agni is an R&D vehicle. 1993: ISRO signs a cooperation agreement with the European Space Agency. called the Agni.1989: India conducts a test launch of its first mediumrange ballistic missile.
March 1996: India successfully conducts its third and final developmental launch of the four-stage PSLV. January 1996: India conducts the first test flight of the Prithvi-II surface-to-surface ballistic missile with a range of 250 kilometers. . submarine-launched missile dubbed the Sagarika. far enough to reach Islamabad. K. while the 250-kilometer version with a lighter warhead destined for the air force is ready for user trials. June 1997: A fewer than a dozen Prithvi missiles are moved close to the Pakistani border. but Western officials affirm in November that the missiles were moved from storage to sites near the Pakistan border. A 150-kilometer range version with a heavier warhead is ready for introduction into the Army. Gural denies the deployment. 1995-1996: India suspends development of the Agni missile project. May 1997: India completes development of two variants of the Prithvi ballistic missile.for the past two years been engaged in designing a ramjet-powered. deploying a 1-ton Indian satellite into 500-mile polar orbit. August 1997: The Agni missile program is revived in response to Pakistan's test of the Hatf-III missile in July. Prime Minister I.
The United States proceeds to implement sanctions. the PSLV was powered by four stages of alternating solid and liquid propellant. deploying a 1200-kilogram Indian Remote Sensing Satellite (IRS-1D) into orbit. February 1999: Indian Prime Minister A. Vajpayee and Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif meet in Lahore. They agree to exchange strategic information about their nuclear arsenals. ranging in yield from less than 1 kiloton to about 45 kilotons. B. was successfully fired to a range of 2. Defense Minister George Fernandes reportedly says that India will "inevitably" arm itself with nuclear warheads.000 kg payload. and to increase efforts to resolve the Kashmir issue.000 kilometers. which can carry a 1. and production entities relating to space and missile technology. to give each other advance notice of ballistic missile tests. Pakistan.September 1997: India conducts the first operational launch of its PSLV-C1. development. on a large number of research. May 1999: India launches a PSLV and successfully deploys . In reaching 817 km circular polar sun-synchronous orbit. 1998: India conducts five underground nuclear tests at Pokhran. April 1999: India conducts its first test of the nuclearcapable Agni-II missile. The two-stage solid fuel missile. in place by November 1998.
an Indian remote sensing satellite and two other payloads. July 1999: India successfully tests the Nishant. India's Defense Minister.000 kilometers. and maneuverability have been tested. The Agni-III is anticipated to have a range of 3.500 km range . an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) with a range exceeding 5. improving upon the "range and capability" of the 2. head of India's DRDO and scientific adviser to the Indian Minister of Defense. an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) designed to conduct aerial reconnaissance of battlefields. states that re-entry. George Fernandes. October 1999: Scientists from the DRDO announce they are developing the Surya. Vasudev Aatre. February 2001: Dr. announces that India is developing the Agni-III ballistic missile. announces that the Agni-II ballistic missile is operational and is ready for mass production after its second successful test launch in January. April 2000: India tests the medium-range Dhanush missile. George Fernandes.500 km. March 2001: India's Defense Minister. guidance. a naval version of the Prithvi.100 km-range Agni-II. August 2000: India's Agni-II missile reportedly reaches the operational stage. The 2.
June 2001: According to the periodical Defense News. The missile has a range of 280 kilometers and may be fired from Indian and Russian mobile launchers.000 lb experimental GSAT-1 communication satellite into orbit. when computers detect that one of its four liquidfueled strap-on booster engines is not generating the required 90 percent thrust. India's GSLV successfully launches.missile may be launched from a static launch pad or mobile launcher and offers India a nuclear second-strike capability. also known as the BrahMos cruise missile. developed by DRDO and Russia's NPO Mashinostryenia (NPOM) under a secret 1998 IndoRussian accord. India successfully launches the PJ-10. submarines and aircraft. March 2001: The periodical Defense News reports that India and Russia's Central Scientific and Research Institute of Automatics and Hydraulics (TsNIIAG) are negotiating the sale of a variant of an electro-optical guided missile warhead originally developed for Scud-B ballistic missiles. ships. March 2001: India aborts the first attempt to launch its GSLV. which could drastically improve the accuracy of India's ballistic missiles. . setting the 3. April 2001: After tracing the March 2001 malfunction to a defective oxidizer line.
developed for the Indian Air Force. to induct the Agni-II intermediate-range ballistic missile. September 2001: U. National Intelligence Council's (NIC) National Intelligence Estimate claims most components required for an ICBM are found in India's indigenous space program.July 2001: India and France reportedly sign a MoU to codevelop and co-produce battlefield surveillance radars and ballistic missiles. it still relies "heavily" on foreign assistance. December 2001: An unclassified summary of the U. The NIC also states that India will probably not deploy its Sagarika submarine-launched ballistic missile until 2010 or later. and for India to domestically build Scorpene submarines. the report cautions that while India is striving for self-sufficiency. President George Bush lifts sanctions against India and Pakistan imposed under the Arms Export Control Act. The indigenously developed . the Indian Army is to create a second missile regiment. the Strategic Rocket Regiment.S.S. India could "convert its polar space launch vehicle into an ICBM within a year or two of a decision to do so. December 2001: India successfully test-fires a 250 km extended-range version of the Prithvi missile. August 2001: According to Jane's Defence Weekly." However.
June 2002: The U. March 2002: India's Ministry of Defense announces that the Agni-II ballistic missile has entered into production phase and will soon be inducted into the Army. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in its Unclassified Report to Congress on the Acquisition of Technology Relating to Weapons of Mass Destruction and Advanced Conventional Munitions states that India "still .S. according to U. but the warhead failed to separate. Improvements include "optimization of the motor case and nozzle and increased propellant loading.S. the first test of a single-stage variant of the Agni was a failure. The earlier version of the Prithvi is already in service with India's Army." ISRO plans to use the motor in its PSLV launch later in 2002. intelligence sources and contrary to the claims of Indian officials. the duration it will fire during actual flight. ISRO successfully tests an improved variant of the two-meter diameter solid-propellant motor that powers the third stage of the PSLV. March 2002: Scientists at India's LPSC successfully fire an upper-stage cryogenic engine for 12 minutes. which would be the first time that a PLSV will be used to place a payload in geostationary orbit.surface-to-surface missile is one of the five missiles being developed under the IGMDP. April 2002: Jane's Defence Weekly reports that. On the same day. The missile flew its anticipated range of 700 km.
lacks engineering or production expertise in some key missile technologies. but say they have had little success in developing a missile defense capability against a possible Pakistani attack. Indian defense officials claim that India has acquired two Green Pine radar systems from Israel. January 2003: The Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) approves the creation of a Strategic Forces Command (SFC) to manage and administer all nuclear and strategic forces. . January 2003: India has allocated $1 billion to the DRDO for the development of hypersonic missile systems. December 2002: The CIA in its Unclassified Report to Congress on the Acquisition of Technology Relating to Weapons of Mass Destruction and Advanced Conventional Munitions states that India was among the countries supplying assistance to Libya's ballistic missile program. comprising of a Political Council and an Executive Council. The Nuclear Command Authority (NCA). powered by an indigenously developed cryogenic engine fueled by liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen. will be responsible for India's nuclear arsenal." The report adds that during 2001 Russia and Western Europe remained the main sources of missile-related and dual-use technology to fill these gaps. July 2002: According to Jane's Defense Weekly.
and had illicitly supplied ammonium perchlorate to Iraq. The vehicle would be capable of performing about 100 re-entries into the atmosphere. . March 2003: The Times of India reports that British Prime Minister Tony Blair's dossier on Iraq alleged that India's NEC Engineers Private Limited had "extensive links in Iraq.January 2003: India reportedly places under its SFC two operational missile groups of the Indian Army. the primary function of the vehicle is to act as a "reusable missile launcher.500 kmrange Agni nuclear-capable ballistic missiles. India has begun a 10-year development program of a two-stage space vehicle called Avatar that can take-off and land like an aircraft and place a 1. which possess the 150-250 km-range Prithvi and the 2.000 kg payload into a low-earth orbit. The proposed investment must still be approved by the United States. Aerospace Daily claims that Israel has emerged as the second-largest supplier of weapons and equipment to India. land â€¦ and be loaded again for more missions. According to the DRDO official. February 2003: According to a DRDO official." including to Iraq's Al-Mamoun missile production plant. one which can launch missiles." February 2003: An unnamed official from India's Ministry of Foreign Affairs states that India has agreed to invest approximately $150 million in Israel's Arrow-2 anti-missile system.
when the GSLV's Russian-made cryogenic upper stage burned out four seconds too soon.S. and American Jewish Committee (AJC). George Fernandes. approval for the sale of Israel's Arrow ballistic missile defense system to India. BDL manufactures a variety of missiles including the Prithvi-I and Prithvi-II surface-to-surface missiles." India's Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL) has been cleared for missile exports. ISRO announces that once declared operational. India is developing and making efforts to test the Agni-III.S. July 2003: The Washington Post reports that a coalition of pro-India and pro-Israel lobbyists. America Israel Political Action Committee (AIPAC). this launch occurred without incident.800 kg experimental communications satellite. lifting a 1. May 2003: India conducts the second launch of its GSLV. ." May 2003: The Indian periodical Vayu announces that with the lifting of "restrictions imposed by collaborators. including the U.April 2003: According to Indian Defense Minister. the GSLV will "make the Indian space program a self reliant one. a long-range surface-to-surface missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead more than 2.000 kilometers. Unlike the first flight.-India Political Action Committee (USINPAC). have joined forces to gain U.
October 2003: India clears the short-range Agni-I and medium-range Agni-II surface-to-surface missiles for the Army. Agarwal says that the Agni's re-entry heat shield is entirely made up of carbon composite. states that the carbon composite content of the new Agni variants will be increased from 35 to 80 percent making them lighter and able travel longer distances. ship-to-surface. .S. October 2003: Defense News. The missile was launched successfully from a surface ship and travelled 290 km to its target.-led global missile defense shield.August 2003: R. which are anticipated to include air-to-surface. Submarine-to-surface launch is one of the four BrahMos designs. N. and surface-to-surface. December 2003: Indian Defense sources indicate that the BrahMos cruise missile has been configured for launch from submarines. citing defense officials in Washington and New Delhi. India's Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee in September also requested inclusion in the U. the former Director of the Agni missile project and currently the Director of the Advanced Systems Laboratory (ASL). reports that in August India "formally asked" the United States for multiple Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) anti-missile systems. Agarwal.
civilian space programs. electro-optics. including expanded dialogue on missile defense. and sensor and jamming technologies. Indian defense scientists approach the United States about possible cooperation in developing optronics. This agreement initiates three major steps: removal of ISRO from the Department of Commerce Entity List. February 2004: ISRO chairman. removal of export license requirements for items subject to Export Administration Regulations EAR99. and high-technology trade. March 2004: India successfully test-fires an "improved" version of its Prithvi-II surface-to-surface ballistic missile with an extended-range of 250 km and "much higher accuracy. March 2004: At the Sixth Joint Technical Group between India and the United States.January 2004: India and the United States agree under the Next Steps in Strategic Partnership with India (NSSP) to expand cooperation in civilian nuclear programs." according to a defense ministry official. Madhavan Nair unveils plans for the Ammonium Perchlorate Experimental Plant to expand ammonium perchlorate (AP) production from 300 metric tons to 800 metric tons by 2005. G. . and establishment of a presumption of approval for all items not controlled for nuclear proliferation reasons. encryption.
. lifting a 1.. October 2004: India conducts a launch of its single-stage.September 2004: India conducts the first operational flight of its GSLV. defense. Abdul Kalam states before Parliament that the BrahMos missile "has been successfully tested . Anatoly Perminov. marking the induction of the system into the Navy. has not been ruled out. and aviation. states that India's military use of the GLONASS system. December 2004: India and Russia sign 10 agreements on space. December 2004: The Russian Federal Space Agency says that it will continue cooperation with India in the development of an oxygen-hydrogen booster for space rockets. Prithvi-III missile..950 kg spacecraft. Dhanush is the naval version of the Prithvi-II.P. which could help improve the accuracy of Indian missiles. November 2004: India successfully test-fires the 350 kmrange Dhanush missile. including an agreement to jointly cooperate on satellite manufacture and launch under the Russian Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS).J. Russia's Federal Space Agency head. February 2005: President A. and is ready for induction" into India's military.
the bill will become law and will apply to Indians in India and abroad.S.5 meter spatial resolution and 30 km coverage.India Defense Relationship.000 to 3. will be ready for flight testing by the end of 2005. N. Agarwal says that the Agni-III." signed by U. and the HAMSAT. R. which is a cartographic satellite mounted with two cameras with 2. May 2005: India's Rajya Sabha. Defense .500 km away.S. which bans proliferation of mass destruction weapon and missile technology. India's long-range ballistic missile designed to be capable of hitting targets 3. Dr. The Spacecraft Control Centre of ISTRAC at Bangalore will continuously monitor the CARTOSAT-1. as well as foreigners residing in India. which is a micro-satellite intended for radio transmission. Once signed by India's President Abdul Kalam. May 2005: Agni program director. passes the Weapons of Mass Destruction and Their Delivery Systems (Prohibition of Unlawful Activities) Bill.May 2005: ISRO's four-stage solid and liquid propellant PSLV-C6 successfully propelled two satellites into polar sun synchronous orbit. the upper house of Parliament. May 2005: India has reportedly added the short-range Agni-I and intermediate-range Agni-II to its Strategic Forces Command arsenal. June 2005: As part of the "New Framework for the U.
collaboration. The Indian Navy has placed the first order for the missile. and cooperation in the commercial space arena through such groups as the U. Initiatives to be implemented include signature of a Science and Technology Framework Agreement. July 2005: The United States and India release a joint statement during a visit by India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to the White House. as well as increased opportunities for technology transfer.S. The baseline version is an anti-ship missile.S.-India Working Group on Civil Space Cooperation. technologyrelated sanctions on India will be lifted. co-production. July 2005: A joint venture between Russia's Mashinostroenie Scientific Industrial Association and India's DRDO has begun mass production of the BrahMos cruise missile. establishment of closer ties in space exploration. August 2005: India's Defense Secretary Yogendera Narain . satellite navigation and launch. and research and development with the understanding that U. which also may be fired from air platforms. June 2005: India's VSSC has begun work on its first hypersonic wind tunnel (HWT). the United States has offered India a briefing on the Patriot PAC-3 missile system. which is also anticipated to be fielded by the Russian Navy.Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and Indian Defense Minister Pranab Mukherjee.
Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC).Madras given back-Proved superiority of foreign army over Large local Army 2) Second Carnatic War-1749-54. October 2005: India and Pakistan's Foreign Secretaries sign a formalized agreement on notification at least 72 hours ahead of ballistic missile tests." after three to four years of discussions.The Risk Report) IMPORTANT WARS 1) First Carnatic War. Contained within the agreement is a bilateral pledge not to set up any missile test launch site within 40 km of the Line of Control or the international border. and Nasir Jung joined and defeated .Austrian War causeNawab ofCarnatic supported British but lost.Chanda Sahib. (source .Victory forFrench.1745-48. ISRO Intertial Systems Unit (IISU). and Space Applications Center. August 2005: The U.states that India has acquired a Green Pine radar from Israel for "advanced research.Originally Dupleix.Treaty ofAix. Department of Commerce removes from the Entity List ISRO subordinates: ISRO Telemetry.difference between Dupleix andLa Bourdaunaris.S.La Chapple.
Hyder won.Tipu.Md Ali in the battle of AMBUR.Tipu lost.later Marathas.Treaty of Paris.Treaty of madras 7) Anglo Mysore â€“1780-84 War2: Hyder+ Nizam+Marathas Hyder killed. Treatyof Pondichery 3) Thir CarnaticWar.Treaty of .Wanted to overthrow.Vs English.Sawai Madhava Rao vs English with Ragnath Rao.Treatyof Seerangapattinam-Tipu helped Hindus.Treaty ofMangalore8) Third War: 1790-92.Clive entered and defeated 5) Battle of Buxar-1764 Mir Kasim shifted his capital from Murshidabad to Monghyer-Vansitrat andMir KasimLost.TipuVsEnglish-Nizam and Marathas.Vs English. Tanjore and British supported him and Capture ofArcot by CliveFrench influence restricted toHyderabad. 6) Anglo Mysore War1 : 1767-69: Haider Ali+Nizam+French.1758-63-Capture of Chandernagore by Clive and more British army at BengalBattle of Wandiwasi1760 and defeat of Lallyat Eyre Coteled.coin-Foreign embassy 9) Fourth War: 1799.Temple. 4)Battle of Plassey: 1757.Tipu killed 10) First Anglo maratha War: 1775-1782.Why Bengal-Siraj ud dowla and Mir jafar and Mir Kasim.Shah alam became puppet..ended French ambitionin India.
they were so impressed by the Gurkha fighters that they enticed them to enter the British (and subsequently.1843-46.1852 c) 1885. .Salabi-20 yearspeace 11) SecondAnglo Maratha War: 1803-05. Although the British defeated Nepal.Forward Policy of Lord Auckland 16) Second War 1878-1880.Annexation of Punjab in 1849.satara captured by British 13)First Anglo Sikh War.Lord dufferin . 18) Anglo-Nepalese War (1814-1816) over Nepalâ€™s southward and Britainâ€™s northward expansion in India.1824-26 b) Second.Baji Rao IITreaty of Bassein 12) Third War.Duleep Singh pensioned off to England 15) First Afghan War.1839-42.1817-1818 LasT Peshwa Nana Sahib dethroned and sent to Kanpur.4 battles ended with Treaty of Lahore and Sikhs ceded Jullundur to BritishTreaty of Bhairowal.Lyttonâ€™s Forward policy led to the war 17) Burmese Wars a) First.To suppress revolt of Mulraj.Duleep singh made King by British 14) Second Anglo sikh War: 1848-49.
known for carrying razorsharp curved knives called kukris.Indian) army. . The Gurkhas.
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